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Samsung Galaxy S5 on sale



Following a successful pre-order campaign, the new Samsung Galaxy is on sale in Ghana from today 11th April 2014.
Those who pre-ordered the device will be among the first few in the world to own one of the state of the art devices.
Customers who will go for their pre-ordered Galaxy S5 devices during the first day sales will get a free S-View cover and either a battery power pack. Free gifts are available while stock last and so customers should and be among the first.
Samsung has also partnered with a number of banks in the likes of Standard Chartered, Stanbic Bank, Ecobank, Fidelity, Barclays Bank, Societe Generale (SG Bank) and UniBank to give the opportunity to customers who would like to pay for the S5 in installment and spread payment over a period of six to 12 months with no interest.
“The rational for the promotion is to put our cherished customers first as we continue to tirelessly develop new technologies and innovations to make their lives better, smarter and easier,” explained Mr. Jaspreet Singh, Director of Mobile at Samsung Ghana.
He continued to assure customers that they will be covered by the Samsung’s Accidental Damage from Handling (ADH) if they purchase the Samsung Galaxy S5 from Samsung or any authorized Samsung dealer and register on the ADH Premium.
The ADH insures all registered Samsung phones for 24 months and freely repairs screens damaged by liquid or breakage twice within the warranty period.
With a newly improved stylish look, amazing camera experience, an inbuilt heart rate monitor, a finger print scanner for better security and a water and dust resistance feature, it is certain that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will improve the user’s life in many ways.
All technology lovers as well as mobile phone enthusiasts are advised to troop in their numbers to the Accra Mall to be part of the few people who will be among the very first to own the device. The S5 will only be available at i2 shops and all Samsung authorized dealer shops nationwide.

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